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a unique district. it extends westward from geoff street, encompassing hayes valley, western addition, lower haight, upper haight, cole valley, inner sunset to ninth and lincoln and bows over to north of panhandle, japantown and lower pac heights. >> what's unique about any community, especially the western addition, is that throughout the way it's publicized about the shootings, murders, crime, everybody run around particularly scared, that children come here with smiles on their faces. just a community, a vibrant community, despite what people are saying. >> hayes valley is unique in that there is so much here, ranging from the zen center, where we're sitting today, to the lgbt center, african-american arts and cultural center, korean american center of some of the non-profits and all of the shops and restaurants along haight street and hayes street being within walking distance of city hall and the symphony, ballet, the open practice, the neighborhood offers something to everybody. this is the oldest and first japantown established in the united states of america. it's where the ja
withdrawn, we are now on item 12 for 1027 hayes st. and this is a mandatory discretionary review of the building permit application proposing to demolish. >> good afternoon, vice president of logi -- this is a discretionary review hearing to allow the removal of one dwelling unit by demolishing the proportion of a building. this is located on the sell side of hayes street between pierce and spinous street. proposal to demolish the one- bedroom units that was constructed in 1947, this would keep approximately one had a 75 ft. for storage and utilities and would reduce the total unit count from four units to three. this does not fit within the definition of a demolition or a dwelling unit merger. the unit is being demolished and this is not being merged into another unit. this does not have anticipation and the project will be analyzed with those -- both the merger and the criteria. the property will be closer into conformance and the density of the prescribed zoning. the building to be demolished is currently vacant. >> i wanted to apologize, i forgot to mention the final comment
in our neighborhood. also we went to our surrounding neighborhood organizations like hayes valley association that has been around for many years and a strong neighborhood association. and collaborate and take your best practices and bring them to the lower haight. some of the things we have done with the da's office stem from hayes valley best practices. but really or philosophy is safety for all. when we want to reach out in our neighborhood we felt like having it safe for your children to be on the streets was vital and important and if the children could be on the streets everybody else could safely. we decided to do things with community events that would involve children and all the children. like safe path day where the first day of school we tell the neighborhood come and stand on the streets while the kids go to school in the morning and wish them, have a great school year. get to know them. tell them education's important. we had the merchants and different people donate and healthy snack ands back packs and school supplies we gave to them. we involved the beat officers
lengthy interrogation of this man, steven hayes, as one of the men facing charges that could bring the death penalty. we learned about the key moment when jennifer hawke-petit was forced to withdraw $15,000 from her bank account, her family being held hostage at the time at home. a moment that led to this 911 call by a bank teller. >> we have a lady who is in our bank right now, who says that her husband and children are being held at their house. the people are in a car outside the bank. she's getting $15,000 to bring out to them. that if the police are told, they will kill her children and the husband. her name is jennifer petit, p-e-t-i-t. she lives at [ bleep ]. she says they are being very nice. they have their faces covered. she is petrified. >> randi kaye has new details from court today. we finally learned the alleged motive behind this horrific crime. >> we sure did, anderson. chilling details. what we now know after years of waiting is this crime may have taken place because one of the suspects, steven hayes, was, quote, desperate for money. according to a connecticut pol
invasion/murder trial but not before a prison guard told jurors what he overheard steven hayes, one of the accused, tell another inmate about the murder of jennifer hawke-petit. >>> and speaking out publicly, calling the pastor a monster, we'll hear what else the accuser has to say. to everyone who wants to go to college and everyone who started college but never finished... to late bloomers... full-time moms... and everyone who is good at something but wants to be great. welcome to kaplan university. the university that's changing the face of education... to undergraduate degrees, graduate degrees... degrees that can give you a leg up... in a tough job market... in any job market... welcome. welcome to kaplan university. call kaplan university now or visit us on-line to take our free learning assessment. in 2008 i quit venture capital to follow my passion for food. i saw a gap in the market for a fresh culinary brand and launched behindtheburner.com. we create and broadcast content and then distribute it across tv, the web, and via mobile. i even use the web to get paid. with accep
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detective gave a gripping account of a confession given by defendant steven hayes. hayes accounted how things quickly got, quote, out of control. >> this is very powerful testimony. because these are the words of the defendant himself as to the savagery that these two imposed on this family. >> hayes told police that joshua sarcojeffski broke through the door and beat william petit with a baseball bat. quote, the man began screaming and there was blood all over the place. >> there was a tough day for the family. i think everyone saw that who listened to the testimony. >> reporter: it was the explanation of the rapes that was most chilling. hayes said he escoarlted jennifer hawk-petit to the bank where she withdrew $15,000. and when they returned, the other suspect had already sexually assaulted 11-year-old michaela. and he told hayes to, quote, have sex with the mother to settle things up. >> hayes is trying to point to his codefendant ask say, he was the bad guy. he was the worst one. >> reporter: jurors saw video of hayes purchasing gas that prosecutors say used to set the house on f
/murder trial but not before a prison guard told jurors who he overheard steven hayes one of the accused, tell another inmate about the murder of jennifer hawke-petit. >>> and speaking out publicly, calling the pastor a monster, we'll hear what else the accuser has to say. [ male announcer ] some prescription drugs may lead to constipation. fortunately, there's senokot-s tablets. senokot-s for occasional constipation associated with certain medications. find the relief that's right for you and get a $10 rebate at getconstipationrelief.com. to challenge ourselves on the most demanding track in the world. with us, in spirit, was every great car that we'd ever competed with. the bmw m5. and the mercedes-benz e63. for it was their amazing abilities that pushed us to refine, improve and, ultimately, develop the world's fastest production sedan. [ engine revving ] the cts-v, from cadillac. the new standard of the world. >>> crime and punishment tonight, both the prosecution and defense rested their cases today in the connecticut home invasion/murder trial but not before the jury heard more tell. ste
young daughters were killed in a brutal home invasion attack. steven hayes is one of the two men accused. a state police detective testified hayes told him the plan was to rob a home but things got out of hand. jeff, there had been a delay because of the defendant's medical condition, right? >> yeah. steven hayes felt like he was having seizures, felt very light-headed, so they excused court last thursday. it was supposed to resume on monday, but the judge got sick and he was hospitalized. he's okay. the judge is back here today. court starts up again. yeah, some of the most gripping, compelling and graphic and awful testimony came from that state police detective who actually spoke with steven hayes after his arrest. he interrogated hayes. hayes, he says, came clean to him, telling him that he and his co-defendant -- the co-defendant will be tried next. steven hayes is being tried right now. they were having beers and shots together, just before they attacked this family. they were casing out the house, saw the basement door open. that's how they got in. at one point, i'm quoting here f
be replicated for the gas transmission and distribution, and ed will support chief hayes- white in that effort, who will lead that workgroups to identify those vulnerabilities and collaborate with you. we cannot with respect weight -- i cannot wait. we may have residents that work for the city. we do not know if we lost lives of some of our city employees. i cannot accept a utility failure the same morning. that is a pattern we tried to interrupt a couple of years ago, so we are going to -- i'm not here to publicly flagged u. i have other opportunities to do the, and i know you are here in good will, and i know you're here to help, but i do want to make the point that we make the point to leverage for work to help us determine so that we can communicate with the public, and we're getting the onslaught of questions ebit. people now concern of what to do if they smelled gas. call 911? call the police department? call the neighborhood knows how to turn the gas off? that is a protocol that has been underscored in some of the early assertions that have come out. we are of the opinion that if you sm
by steven hayes. hayes quickly recounted how things got, quote, out of control. >> this is very powerful testimony. because these are the words of the defendant himself. as to the savagery that these two imposed on this family. >> reporter: hayes told police that accomplice joshua comosarjevski. he began beating petit. and there was blood all over the place. petit spoke. >> oorpghtd painful day for the petit and hawkins family. >> reporter: it was the explanation of the rapes that was most chilling. hayes said he escorted jennifer hawk-petit to the bank, where she withdrew $15,000. and when she return said, the other suspect had already sexually assaulted 11-year-old michaela. and he told him to, quote, have sex with the mother to square things up. she was later strangled to death. >> hayes was trying to point to the codefendant and say he was the bad guy. he was the worst one. >> reporter: jurors saw surveillance video of hayes purchasing gas that prosecutors say was used to set the house on fire, trying to cover up the act. he found soot in michaela's voice box, airways and lungs, show
defendants steven hayes accused of murdering them three years ago. the husband and far it was badly beaten but he survived. a corrections officer who testified what he heard steven hayes telling another inmate, stunning testimony that horrified the family sitting in the room. >> reporter: the testimony gave the courtroom an in-depth look at hayes' life in the prison. he has benson continue use observation or suicide watch since the first dave he walked in. then it was a july day in 2008 when he was sitting three feet from hayes that he overheard hayes telling his neighbor about the home invasion, facts that had dr. petit and family grasping their seats, hands to mouth. he did sodomize 11-year-old makayla then poured gas on her. hayes considered it possible dr. petit was in on the crime since he got loose. and he told hayes he had to kill mrs. petit and hayes didn't know if he could. then a statement that hayes said he saw police pull up to the house, then killed her. expert witnesses went through the scene in excruiating detail. the fire investigator inves -- y heard and saw how the blaze
an update. i wanted to start with chief hayes-white. you had a number personnel that made their way down to the scene. we have a state rig that is just been procured. we had over 50 apparatus that were there at the scene, and perhaps, she can update us and connect the dots to what john martin and his team did and pass the baton to john to underscore some of the work that was done. >> thank you. good afternoon. i thought for everyone i would give just an overview. as you are aware, last night, approximately 6:24 there was a report of an explosion in san bruno, sort of where highway 35 is just about to meet 280, our neighbors to the south. at 6:36, a unit from the airport, even though the airport is located in san mateo county, the sanford's is the fire department is responsible for the international airport, and we have specialized apparatus. initial reports came in as possibly a plane went down. with the cooperation of mr. john martin and his staff, we made a decision to take a specialized apparatus out of the airport and assist up at san bruno in the event that there was an airplane or
in connecticut. steven hayes is on trial, one of two men accused of murdering of jennifer hawke-petit and her two daughters in 2007. a lawyer for the next suspect, joshua komisarjevsky held a news conference to correct what he called a misimpression of the petit family. he said the youngest daughter had not been raped but was sexually assaulted. more on that later. you recall the video of jennifer hawke-petit withdrawing $15,000 from a bank at the demand of her captors just before her murder. police testified hayes took her to the bank while his accused accomplice held the family hostage. hawk thought it would buy her freedom. it was not to be. yesterday authorities released video from a gas station where one of the suspects allegedly purchased $10 worth of gas that would be used to burn down the petit's home. when she got back from withdrawing money from the bank, jennifer hawke-petit was sexually assaulted and strangled. her daughters who were tied to beds and died in the fire that was then set. dr. william petit was seriously injured but survived the attack. there's been testimony from police
a gripping account of a confession given by defendant steve hayes. hayes recounted how things got, quote, quickly out of control. >> this is a powerful testimony. because these are the words of the defendant himself, as to the savagery that these two imposed on this family. >> reporter: hayes told police that his accomplice entered the presidentit home through an unlocked door and beat william petit with a baseball bat. quote, the man began screaming and there was blood all over the place. petit spoke in court. >> another painful day for the family. and i think everybody saw that from the testimony. >> reporter: it was the explanation of the rapes that was most chilling. hayes says he escorted jennifer hawk-petit to the bank, where she withdrew $15,000. and when they returned, the other suspect had already raped 15-year-old sargella. he said he told her to have sex with the mother to even things up. she was later strangled to death. >> jurors saw surveillance video of hayes purchasing gas that jurors -- prosecutor says was used to set the house on fire in order to cover their tracks. the
testified that he overheard this man, steven hayes, confess to another inmate. hayes is potentially facing the death penalty for his role in this crime. investigators say that back in 2007, he and an accomplice took an entire family of four hostage. we're told the suspect then tortured each and every, raped the mother and youngest daughter and set the house on fire, killing everyone but the father. laura ingle now live. >> the corrections officer talked about that confession that he overheard with steven hayes and in that confession, he told jurors that steven hayes when he he was talking to his inmate said he wasn't sure at first if he could go through with murdering the mother, jennifer. but he decided to go through with it when he looked outside and he saw the police cruisers just outside the window. that is more unbearable facts that were revealed in this case today which means that help was just a few feet away when all three females were alive before the mother was strangled and before that house was set on fire. >> shepard: that's the defense. both sides have rested. what now? >> th
and hayes valley and even though i couldn't get my neighborhood rolling as fast as i wanted to and i'm an impatient person i went to the other community groups that were already organized and the movers and the shakers and i got involved with them and said what can i take here? i started small like what could we do that would be positive that would get people excited. i did this event for safe pass on the streets with the kids. i thought, may be i will write a grant for mayor's office of we decide of community criminal justice. and we got it. and we were like. oh , we get to educate the community members. i thought. how about the challenge grant. we got it. you have to toss in the deep end and swim. you have to do that and set our goals then and be realistic. it hasn't been easy. we have a web server. that was a big one. when we did the neighborhood cleanups and events we got web server. now anything that happens there are one or 2 on the block part of the web server you set it up on google group. say a couple of people are on that when we have an event or meeting we say can you make
's of cpc's involved, pg&e's involved, and obviously, the ntsb is chief hayes-wide, so i want everyone to know that she has been tasked in that role with again the support of the city administration office because of the framework established on the utility side -- chief hayes- white. let that be known more publicly. ed, you as well, and then we will get into a broader discussion. you have been doing some really good work, and we have been very involved in new orleans. we have been very involved in post disaster recovery, and we have offered our resources and ourselves to the mayor of san bruno and to city leaders there as well as residents. you have specific protocols that we have long established in terms of being able to support residents in times of need, a regional framework for that as well as 14 city employees that want to contribute any charitable contributions for those that may have lost their homes or lost loved ones. >> thank you. the very first thing we did today was we call the city manager of san bruno and offered our direct assistance, so they have our number, and whene
say these two men, steven hayes and joshua komisarjevsky, were terrorizing the family, beating dr. petit with a baseball bat and tying him to this pole in the basement. his two daughters were tied to their beds upstairs. >> they told us they wouldn't hurt anybody if she got back there with the money. she believes them. >> reporter: but prosecutors say once back home, jennifer petit was sexually assaulted and strangled. then officials say the suspects set the house on fire. the mother and her two daughters were killed. dr. william petit escaped. >> just tried to do the best i could for my family. >> reporter: this week he took the stand, describing in gripping detail his family's final moments. they tied my hands at the wrists and my feet at the ankles, he told the jury. he heard one of the suspects say if he moves, put two bullets in him. petit testified he could hear his wife and children being tortured in another section of the house. i heard them moaning and thumps. >> how emotional was it for you to be on the stand today? >> very emotional. >> reporter: in court an unusual str
serious topic as testimony continued in the trial of steven hayes, one of two men accused of the horrific 2007 connecticut hope invasion that left jennifer hawk pettitte and her two daughters dead. craig has the details. we will take a look at your piece, first. >> reporter: kimberly, the testimony in the steven hayes murder trial was so powerful it sent family members scurrying from the courtroom. you are a fox news legal analyst. how could someone do something like this to these little girls? pour gas across their bodies and set them ablaze. tell me about the testimony? >> horrible. i have been a prosecutor for many years and seen a lot of murders and those images never leave your brain but this one was just about the worst that i can imagine. >> text messages between murder suspects joshua and steven hayes plotting out the dangerous plan. the state fire marshall graphic description how gas was splashed across 11-year-old mikala's body and set ablaze while teetherred to a bed post and how her sister got up from the burning bed on fire when the restraints melted from the heat and then co
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barreled into marlins catcher bret hayes. hayes has a separated shoulder. that takes us to last night. marlins hit morgan in retaliation and later in the game threw behind him. he wasn't very happy about that. he charges the mound. the benches clear. morgan and the pitcher are ejected along with edwin rodriguez. the nats fell 16-10. >> not good news for the nationals there. more importantly, losing the game as well. >> we have much more still ahead this morning on fox 5 morning news. we are following two big stories this morning. we'll talk about what happened town in silver spring when a gunman took hostage tees discovery communications building. we'll have more on that and hurricane earl. >> sherry ly is in ocean city. we'll check in with her as well. >> ...berber carpet. it was a whole bowl of stew. nooo. why? i could have saved this one. i could have saved this one. ♪ call 1-800-steemer  >>> welcome back at 5:30 take ago a look over the d.c. skyline. before more heat to the nation's capital. >> we keep talking about warmer temperatures moving in. tucker is also watchi
of what came out today during the trial of steven hayes. police say steven hayes on the left here and the accomplice on the right broke into dr. william petit's home in july of 2007. investigators say the two men took the dr. petit's family hostage, raped and strangled his wife, sexually assaulted petit's 11-year-old daughter, tied up their 17-year-old daughter. and then torched the house. with everyone still inside. yesterday, jurors saw surveillance video that investigators say shows hayes buying gasoline that the suspects used to set that house on fire. dr. petit was the only member of his family to survive the attack. imagine his horror today as he was right there in court as all of us learned very disturbing new details about an already sickening crime. the fox report's chief correspondent jonathan hunt is here. these text messages are awful. >> it's hard t find the words for them, shep. and these were text messages that were exchanged just hours before these horrific crimes took place. steven hayes, one of the accused first texted him saying i'm chomping at the bit to get s
, robin. that detective said steven hayes was, quote, flat and quiet that day. but what he had to say in the hours after the crime, was absolutely horrific. detective anthony guglioni, relived steven hayes' testimony. he said hayes told him he and his accomplice, joshua komisarjevsky had become friends at a halfway house. desperate for money, they had a plan. hay beat dr. william petit with a bat. they tied up his wife and daughters. and things quickly spun out of control. a bank book showed the petits had $30,000 in an account. so, hayes took jennifer to withdraw cash. she can be seen in this bank surveillance video. >> we have a lady who is in our bank right now. who says that her husband and children are being held at their house. >> reporter: hayes stopped at a gas station. and filled up containers of gasoline. the attendant also testified wednesday. >> my skin crawls. i feel nothing but disgust about the whole situation. >> reporter: while hayes was out, komisarjevsky was supposed to put the family in the car. then, the pair would burn down the house. instead, he sexual assaulted
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